Originally posted on Blau Stern Schwarz Schlonge:
Mahavira and Naga Serpent Priestess Yesterday I found this blog called The Black Stone Hermitage –  A Dark Pagan Sanctuary and Temple Space which has a page called The Way of the Serpent which this quote about its content: “The vision:  a place for Serpent worship and study…

Originally posted on Peaceful Awakenings: Reflections of Egypt:
This post is in response to the Kemetic roundtable prompt for “Fallow Time”. Since there are so many different ways of interpreting this question, I think I’m going to do a couple of little pieces. There was a time I thought my world was falling apart. I…

Originally posted on Isiopolis:
As the days grow longer, a certain soft joy fills me. By no means has winter here in my part of the Pacific Northwest been harsh. Yet I find that the increasing light releases me, urging me to draw in deep breaths that I didn’t even know I longed for. That…

Originally posted on All Our Devotion:
Root Worker By MonticueConnally I consider myself to be a root worker because some of my greatest allies in dealing with spiritual issues have been roots and the dried leaves and flowers of plants. When the right plant is burnt, space is cleansed and auras re-charged. When the right…

Originally posted on carrying their light:
Before I get to the meat of this post, I need to write a disclaimer: this post is in no way meant to be advice, counsel, or a suggestion for anyone’s practices. This is only my story, shared in support. I actually don’t recommend following my path, here. I…

Originally posted on Blau Stern Schwarz Schlonge:
Abraxas Logo from Hermetic.com This site called The Hermetic Library is just chocked full of writings featuring Crowley, Thelema, Hermeticism, Gnosticism, Grimoires, and on and on and on. And i am up to page 90 of their Tumblr image page and it goes on and on and on…